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August-September 2006
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Classical, Flamenco And More

August-September 2006
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Infectious Gypsy Swing Guitarist

August-September 2006
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A Little Of This, A Little Of That

August-September 2006
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Texan Power Rock

August-September 2006
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Finnish Blueman In Thailand

August-September 2006
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Guitarist Of Few Words

August-September 2006
Kurt Bell

I want to make it as easy as possible for instrumental guitar fans to find the music they really want, and that means constantly improving the site, a little bit every week and every month.

August-September 2006
Guglielmo Malusardi

Music is one of the deepest forms of communication and when you stop focusing on trying to impress people and focus on trying to communicate with them, it goes to an entirely new level.

August-September 2006
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Turning It Up, Letting Go

June-July 2006
Guitar Haus

That`s the beauty of instrumental music, when listening to it, you can imagine or feel whatever you want.

June-July 2006
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8 String-Driven Singer/Songwriter

June-July 2006
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Blazing An Instrumental Path

June-July 2006
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Texas Shuffles To Classic Rock

June-July 2006
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Guitar Hero 2005 Finalist

June-July 2006
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Pushing Neo-Classical Limits

June-July 2006
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Deliberately Seeking The Low End

June-July 2006
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Ukrainian Instrumental Rock

June-July 2006
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Scientifically Developed Horny Music

June-July 2006
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Scientist Gets Inside Your Brain

June-July 2006
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Greatest Unsigned Rock Band

June-July 2006
Guglielmo Malusardi

Keep playing, keep trying new things as well as listening to and learning the old ones. Try to listen and play with your heart. Play with other musicians as much as possible and when you are getting good enough, be heard in public as much as you can.

June-July 2006
Guglielmo Malusardi

I listen to all types of music, which helps me to keep up with the times, above all rock-fusion jazz, blues, and some Italian bands like Negramaro and Neutra.

June-July 2006
Guglielmo Malusardi

When I turned 19 I realized that I was in love with guitar and I wasn`t doing anything else but practicing all day. Only then I understood that nothing could make me any happier than music!

April-May 2006
Guitar Haus

I just love instrumental guitar music. There is something great about hearing somebody write music that will keep people`s interest without having the vocal to rely on.

April-May 2006
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Driven Towards Neo-Classical Excellence

April-May 2006
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The Guitar As Voice

April-May 2006
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Equally Raw And Lush

April-May 2006
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Rocker Seeks Record Label

April-May 2006
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An Edge Rock Instrumental Band

April-May 2006
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Two-Handed Instrumental Fusion

April-May 2006
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Kick Axe Outerspace Rock

April-May 2006
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Easy Flowing Rock, Blues, Country Mix

April-May 2006
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Instrumental Rocker Seeks Deal

April-May 2006
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Mad Sammarinese Instrumentalist

April-May 2006
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Looking For A Career In Music

April-May 2006
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Just Don't Call It Shred

April-May 2006
Martin Schmidt

I started to get calls from different record labels, they had interest in me, but at the end of the day the didn`t know what to do with me, because it`s not really jazz, although it`s jazzy, it`s not really blues, but bluesy.

April-May 2006
Martin Schmidt

Instrumental music kind of reminds me of little orchestra or classical pieces, because there`s so much information going on. It`s a challenge to do, it`s really hard to do that stuff.

February-March 2006
Guitar Haus

I do any interview I can arrange to promote the CD. My partner has been marketing all over the internet and working in conjunction with our record company to keep getting press and putting the word out about my CD.

February-March 2006
Guitar Haus

Being your own record label eliminates having to sell your soul. You also have full control over the creative aspects of your music, you own 100% of your publishing, you don`t put yourself in debt, and you call all the shots.

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